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Advanced Objective for Multiphoton Microscopy
Oct. 12, 2009

Advanced Objective for Multiphoton Microscopy

Olympus has developed a new 25x water immersion objective specifically designed for multiphoton imaging. It offers researchers outstanding deep-imaging and high resolution performance with the Olympus FluoView FV1000MPE multiphoton laser-scanning microscope system. more
LED: The Way in Fluorescence Microscopy
Oct. 12, 2009

LED: The Way in Fluorescence Microscopy

Olympus has enhanced its flexible range of light emitting diode (LED) fluorescence light sources for microscopy. With advancements to the precisExcite excitation light source for reflected fluorescence and the FluoLED entry-level fluorescence systems, the LED light source range offers a new level of functionality. Precise illumination and simplified control enables Olympus to offer the appropriate illumination source for all life science fluorescence applications; from entry-level single-color to advanced high-speed multi-color. more
Collaboration Expanded
Oct. 12, 2009

Collaboration Expanded

The collaboration between Schaefer and Park Systems in Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Eastern Europe has been expanded with an exclusive distribution contract for France. Schaefer Techniques France will be serving new as well as existing Park Systems AFM users and has access to the resources of the whole Schaefer infrastructure with several experienced engineers. In addition to the XE research product line, Park Systems has announced the XE-Bio AFM with its Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy mode (ICM). more
Tool for Nanotechnologists
Oct. 12, 2009

Tool for Nanotechnologists

The Mini-SEM, short for miniature scanning electron microscope, is an easy-to-use analytical miniature electron microscope. It can magnify images 30,000 times in standard mode, and with digital zoom it can magnify 120,000 times. I can be equipped with Evexs NanoAnalysis System, which comprise the 1) Evex QDD high speed liquid nitrogen free x-ray detector, 2) spectral engine, 3) imaging engine, 4) elemental mapping module. After loading the sample, you can capture an image and acquire a spectra to determine the elemental composition of the sample. more
Fully Integrated Confocal Workstation
Oct. 12, 2009

Fully Integrated Confocal Workstation

Marianas SDC from Intelligent Imaging Innovations (3I) is a fully integrated spinning disk confocal workstation based on the newest motorized Zeiss microscopes. It can be combined with a variety of microscopy applications, such as FRAP, Photoactivation, FLIM and TIRF sharing the same hardware (lasers, cameras). This allows for an easy and cost-effective upgrade from basic to advanced systems. Prominent features of Marianas SDC are: more
Smart Microscopy
Oct. 12, 2009

Smart Microscopy

Horiba Jobin Yvon introduced a new high performance, lower cost Raman microscope the Xplora. Combining microscopy and chemical analysis the system retains the full functionality of your microscope coupled with high performance Raman spectroscopy. Compact and rugged in design, it is easy to use and transport due to its minimal footprint, making it the ideal smart microscope for every R&D, QA/QC and forensic lab. more
Taking cLSM to Another Level
Oct. 12, 2009

Taking cLSM to Another Level

Confocal laser scanning microscopy provided scientists with the tools to see a much greater level of detail in cells. The Olympus FV1000 has taken this to an even higher level, with the added functionality and flexibility of the multi-laser combiner and SIM scanner. more
Board Level Camera
Oct. 12, 2009

Board Level Camera

Hamamatsu Photonics introduce the C10000 TDI (time delay integration) board level CCD camera featuring the latest high speed, high sensitivity, back thinned CCD image sensor. The newly developed CCD sensor features 2048 pixel length by 128 pixel height, with 90% peak quantum efficiency, high UV sensitivity and a very high speed data readout of up to 50 KHz line rates. Ordinarily high speed imaging systems suffer from a lack of available light and special illumination systems need to be constructed. more
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